'Title of Content'); // you can have as many entries, as you like file is the name of your .js file, i.e., file.js in the root directory (same as this syndicate.htm page) Title of Content is what you call your content. Here's another example: array('articles' => 'News and Opinion', 'links' => 'Best of the Web (Links)'); Where do these come from? In the configuration for populum, you have a button labeled Configure Categories of Articles. It is defaulted to Articles and Links. When you Modify a category, you'll see a checkbox: Are the articles in this category syndicated? (y/n) Whenever any articles are submitted, the .js files in the syndicate folder in the root directory are re-created. Their name is the same as the Category name, but lower-case; hence, links and articles. */ $syndications = array('articles' => 'News & Opinion', 'links' => 'Best of the Web (Links)'); require_once('configed.php'); require_once("$cfg_pagerel/functions.inc.php"); require_once("$cfg_pagerel/database.inc.php"); require_once("$cfg_pagerel/classes/Theme.inc.php"); list($headercode,$footercode) = Theme::getTheme('wholepage','Add News Syndication - Free!'); echo($headercode); // put out page header ?>

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